John Cena, Rob Van Dam and The Big Show vs. The Wyatt Family in a six man tag team match is scheduled to headline Saturday's WWE live event at Freedom Hall in Louisville, KY, and Sunday's live event at The Ford Center in Evansville, IN.
Batista, Sheamus, Cesaro, Big E, Alberto Del Rio, Kofi Kingston and Damien Sandow are also scheduled to appear at both events.
TNA Concerned with GFW
There is said to be definite concern in TNA regarding Jeff Jarrett's new Global Force Wrestling promotion, as two former TNA employees, Hermie Sadler, and Chris Thomas, will be working for GFW, reports PWInsider.com. Sadler has been announced as one of the board members for the promotion, and Chris Thomas, who was described as doing amazing PR work for TNA in the past, will now be handling PR for GFW.
Dixie Carter held a talent meeting at the last set of TNA TV tapings, as we reported, and brought up low company morale and other subjects. Additionally, she questioned why TNA did not have a presence in New Orleans during WrestleMania weekend, as Jeff Jarrett was in town, and had people talking about his new promotion.
Update on Original Sin Cara's Mexico Future
According to The Wrestling Observer, Luis Urive, the wrestler formerly known as the original Sin Cara in WWE, will likely be signing a deal with AAA in Mexico once his WWE no-compete clause expires.
The issue will be what name he will use when he eventually signs with AAA, as CMLL owns the rights to the Mistico name, and WWE owns the rights to the Sin Cara name.